Chairman of the FSNE: Mrs Camilla Strandberg-Panelius
Director of the FSNE: Mr Bernt Nordman
Finnish Society for Nature and Environment
The Finnish Society for Nature and Environment (FSNE), in swedish Natur och Miljö, is a national environmental citizens organisation (ECO).The decision-making structure is democratic and the organisation is party-politically independent. Our activities are financed by membership fees, governmental contributions and grants from private foundations. Most members belong to the Swedish-speaking minority in Finland.
FSNE was founded in 1970 and has today about 3500 members and 21 local groups in cities and municipalities along the southern and western coast, including the Åland islands. This is the area where most of the Swedish speaking Finns live. The office is situated in Helsinki, Finland.
FSNE is a member of several international environmental organisations and networks including IUCN, EEB and CCB.
Activities in general: